STC.UNM v. Intel Corporation
DECLARATION re 110 Brief of Brian Ferrall by Intel Corporation (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit 1, # 2 Exhibit 2, # 3 Exhibit 3, # 4 Exhibit 4, # 5 Exhibit 5, # 6 Exhibit 6, # 7 Exhibit 7, # 8 Exhibit 8, # 9 Exhibit 9)(Atkinson, Clifford)
. DICTIONARY Of
Sybil P. Parker
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mass absorption law
where the conditional expected value of xn+ I givenx1,x2' ...,xn,
negative or positive that is used to correct color. 2. In offset
equals xn' ¡ 'märt-m,ga1 I
lithogrphy, opaque material that protectively covers open or
selected areas of a priting plate durng the exposure process.
Martin's cement (MATERI A gypsum cement made with po-
tassium carbonate instead of alum. ¡ 'mär';mz si,ment I
martite (MINERAL) Hematite occurg in iron-black octahedral crystals pseudomorphous afer magnetite. ¡ 'mär,tit I
martonite (MATER) A poison gas composed of 20% chlorolacrimator.
acetone and 80% bromoacetone; acts as a powerful
Marvin sunshine recorder (ENG) A sunshine recorder in
which the time scale is supplied by a chronograph, and consisting of two bulbs (one of which is blackened) that communicate
through a glass tube of small diameter, which is parially filled
with mercur and contais two electrcal contacts; when the
charging resistors, and then connected in series and discharged
though the test piece by the simultaneous sparkover of spark
gaps. ('märks ,s:lr-k:lt I
Marx effect (SOLID STATE) The effect wherein the energy of
photoelectrons emitted from an iluminated surface is decreased
when the surace is simultaneously iluminated by light of lower
frequency than that causing the emission. ¡ 'märks i,fekt I
mA's See miliampere-second.
mascagnite (MINERAL) (N4)2S04 A yellowish-gray mineral found in guano, near buming coal beds, or as lava incrustation; specific gravity is 1.77; hardness is 2-2.5 on Mohs scale.
¡ ma'skan,yit )
mascaret See bore. ¡ :mas'ka:ret )
instrment is exposed to sunshine, the ai in the blackened bulb
is wared more than that in the clear bulb; the wared ai
expands and forces the mercury though the connecting tube to
a point where the electrcal contacts are shorted by the mercury;
this completes the electrcal circuit to the pen on the chronograph. ¡ 'märv:ln 'san,shfu ri,körd'ar I
Marx circuit (ELEC) An electrc circuit used in an impulse
generator in which capacitors are charged in parallel though
constat. ¡ ,mäsk':l'rö,nëz
mascon (GEOL) A large, high-density mass concentration
below a ringed mare on the surace of the moon. ('mas,kän)
masculine (BIOL) Having an appearance or qualities distinc-
tive for a male. ¡ 'rnas'ky;i'l:in I
masculine pelvis (ANAT) A female pelvis similar to the nor-
mal male pelvis in having a deeper cavity and more conical
frequency of masked tone, Hz
Masking of pure tones by pure
tones at masking freqùencies of
(a) 200 hertz, (b) 3500 hertz. The
number above each curve is the
level in decibels above the
threshold of audibilty of each
masking tone. (From H. Fletcher,
Speech and Hearing in
Communication, 2d ed., Van
maskable Interrupt (COMPUT SCiJ An interrpt that can be
allowed to occur or prevented from occurng by software.
¡ :mas'k:l'b:ll 'int.;i,r:lpt I
¡ 'mär':ln,it I
(MET) A protective device in thennal spraying agaist blastig
or coating effects which are reflected from the substrate surace.
shape. Also known as android pelvis. ¡ 'mas'ky:i'I;in 'peJo:is I
masculine protest (PSYCHI The strggle to domiate, exhibited priarly by women but to some extent also by men, with
the desire to escape identification with the femie role.
¡ 'mas'kY:l'I:ln 'prö,test I
masculinize (PHYsiol To cause a female or a sexually immature animal to tae on male secondar sex characteristics.
¡ 'mas'ky;i'I:l,niz )
masculinoma (MEO J Adrenocortcoid adenoma of the ovar.
¡ ,mas'kY:l'I:l'nö'm:l )
maser (PHYS) A device for coherent amplification or generation of electromagnetic waves in which an ensemble of atoms
or molecules, raised to an unstable energy state, is stimulated
by an electromagnetic wave to radiate excess energy at the same
frequency and phase as the stimulating wave. Derived from
microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation.
Also known as paramagnetic amplifier. ¡ 'ma'Z:lr )
maser ampliier (ELECTR) A maser which is used to increase
the power produced by another maser. ¡ 'mã'z:lr 'am'pl:l,fi:ir )
mash (FOOD ENG) 1. Mixture of grain and other ingredients
fennented to produce whiskey. 2. Malted barley or other grai
mixed with water to prepare wort for brewing operations.
mash seam weld (MET) A seam weld at a lap joint in which
the overall lap thickness is reduced plastically to the approximate thickness of one of the lapped pars. ¡ 'mash' sëm ,weld)
mask (COMPUT SCI) A pattern of characters used to control
the retention or elimination of portions of another pattern of
characters. Also known as extractor. (DES ENGJ A frame
used in front of a television picture tube to conceal the rounded
edges of the screen. (ELECTR I A thin sheet of metal or other
masked messenger ribonucleic acid See maternal messenger
ribonucleic acid. ¡ :maskd 'mes.;in'jer :ñ'bo'nü'klë'ik 'as':id I
face seen in certain de-
mask face (MEO) An expressionless
generative and inflanatory diseases of the basal ganglia and
the extrapyramidal system; volunta movements are near normal while involuntar movements are inrequent. ('mask
masking (Acousl The amount by which the theshold of
audibility of a sound is raised by the presence of another sound;
the unit customarly used is the decibeL. Also known as audio
maskig; aural masking. (COMPUT scil 1. Replacing specific
characters in one register by corresponding characters in another
register. 2. Extracting certn characters from a strng of char-
acters. (ELECTRI 1. Using a coverig or coating on a semiconductor surace to provide a masked area for selective deposition or etching. 2. A programmed procedure for eliminating
radar coverage in areas where such transmissions maybe of
to the enemy for navigation puroses, by weakening the beam
in appropriate directions or by use of additional transmitters on
the same frequency at suitable sites to interfere with homing;
also used to suppress the beam in areas where it would interfere
with television reception. (ENG) Preventing entrance of a
tracer gas into a vessel by coverig the leaks. ¡ 'mask'il) I
masking agent See maskig reagent. ¡ 'mask'il) ,ä'j;int )
masking reagent (ANALY CHEM) A substace that decreases
the concentration of a free metal ion or ligand by conversion
into an essentially unreactive fonn, thus preventing undesirable
chemical reactions that would interfere with the detennination.
Also known as masking agent. ¡ 'mask'il) rë,ä'j;int I
mask matching (COMPUT SCI) In character recognition, a
method employed in charcter property detection in which a
correlation or match is attempted
between a specimen character
and each of a set of masks representing the characters to be
recognized. ('mask ,mach'il) )
mask register (COMPUT SCI) Filter which determes the pars
of a word which are to be tested. ¡. 'mask ,rej':l'st:lr )
mask word (COMPUT SCI) A word modifier used in a logical
AN.operation. ('mask ,w:lrd )
masochism (PSYCH). Pleasure derived from experiencing
physical or psychological pain. ¡ 'mas':i,kiz.;im )
masonry (CIY ENG) A constrction of stone or similar mate-
rials such as concrete or brick. ('mäs':ln'rë)
masonry cement (MATERJ A blended cement, made by com-
bining either natural or portland cements with fattening materials such as hydrated lime and, sometimes, with ai-entraig
mixtues; used in the mort of brick and block masonr.
( 'mas':ln"fë si,ment I
masonry dam ( CIY ENG) A dam constrcted of stone or con-
crete blocks set in mort. ('mäs'an"fë ,dam )
masonry dril (DES ENG) A drll tipped with cemented carbide
for drlling in concrete or masonr. ('mäs':ln'rë ,drl )
masonry nail (DES ENG) Spiral-fluted nai designed to be
drven into mort joints in masonr. ('mãs':ln'rë ,nal I.
mason's hydrated lime (MATER) Any hydrated lime suitable
for use in mortars, base-coat plasters, and concrete. ('mãs':lnz
'il dräd':ld 'lñn )
Ma~on's theorem (CONT SYS) A fonnula for the overall transmittance of a signal flow graph in tenns of transmittances of
varous paths in the graph. ('mas';mz ,tl:lm )
mass (MECHI A quantitative measure of a body's resistance
to being accelerated; equal to the inverse of the ratio of the
body's acceleration to the acceleration of a stadard mass under
otherwise identical conditions. (mas)
mass absorption coefficient (PHYsI The linear absorption
material contaning an open pattern, used to shield selected
coeffcient divided by the density of the medium. ¡ 'mas
portions of a semiconductor or other surace durg a deposition
:lb'sörp'sh:ln ,kö'i,fish':lnt I
mass absorption law (NUCLEO) The law that the absorption
process. (ENGI A protective coverig for the face or head in
electrons with speeds greater than one-fifth that of light de-
the fonn of a wire screen, a metal shield, or a respirator.
(GRAPHlCsl 1. In color separation photography, an intennediate
pends only on the mass of absorbing rnatter in the electron's
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